Publisher miHoYo has unveiled details on Genshin Impact’s latest collaboration in the Alp, one of the real-world locales that served as inspiration for the Dragonspine area. Europe’s highest ski resort, Val Thorens, is now styled in the theme of Genshin Impact, as part of the celebration.
A series of web events will also be underway, inviting players to unlock a variety of rewards and a grand Alps Waypoint Lighting Ceremony broadcast online in mid-January.
Enchanting Journey of Snow and Stars – Genshin Impact
To commemorate a year full of memories in Dragonspine with players, Genshin Impact will launch a series of events that will connect players with the Alps and the area that draws inspiration from it, Dragonspine.
Starting today, fans and players can join this grand celebration by participating in the “Enchanting Journey of Snow and Stars” web event. Players online can now help light up a special Teleport Waypoint placed in the Alps to claim various rewards and a customized photo card featuring the snowy peak and their favorite character.
How to Join Enchanting Journey of Snow and Stars: Illuminating event
Those who write down their wishes in the event will have a chance to be sent to the Tree of Wishes atop the Alps. Once the number of participants reaches one million, a special Alps Waypoint Lighting Ceremony will be broadcast to global audiences in mid-January. The event can be watched on Twitch, YouTube, and VK.
Dragonspine is a frozen mountain range first added to the game back in December 2020 as its first map expansion. Covered by snow all year round, the area distinguishes itself from largely the rest of Teyvat with unique environments and creatures. In the past year, Dragonspine has seen many Travelers challenge themselves in the sheer cold and uncover mysteries beneath the permanent snow.
Genshin Impact is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, iOS, and Android.